In 2015, Mike Butera and the Artiphon team launched the Instrument 1 on Kickstarter. Their goal was to create a “multi-instrument” that could be played like a guitar, violin, piano, or sampler — giving music-makers an interface that was as flexible and customizable as the digital sounds it controlled.
That vision resonated with more than 3,300 backers, who helped the Instrument 1 become the highest-funded musical instrument on Kickstarter to date. As a platform devoted to bringing creative projects to life, we love it when creators make tools that encourage others to be creative in new ways. So we asked Butera to share some of his favorite examples of the music people made with the Instrument 1 from the past year.Read more